"Thank you, Deanie, I'm delighted to be spending time with you today. I know that my big brother, Charlie, and my friend, Hattie, have already had an interview with you. I was hoping it would be my turn!"
- Charlene, I know that your family is famous for racing. Have you tried it?
- How did you show your trainer that you didn't like racing?
- What did you think you wanted to do instead, Charlene?
- What did you do instead?
"Oh, I can't give away everything that happened, but I did discover my talent. Now I love what I'm doing. It's really great fun."
What would you like children to remember about your story?
"I'd like all of the children to remember that it's okay if you have different talents than your friends. We all look different and we have our own special skills that we need to develop so we do our best. I think every child needs to learn this lesson."
"Thank you so much, Charlene. We had a lovely time today and you answered the questions very well. I'm sure children will enjoy learning more about you."
"You're welcome, Deanie. it was such fun. Actually, it was my first interview. I must do more of these. I'll recommend them to my friends."